Award winning comedian Jeff Green has established himself as one of the most popular comics working in the UK today. His razor-sharp observations, combined with abundant natural charm, have marked him out as one of the brightest talents on the British comedy scene.
His first TV stand-up show - Jeff Green Live (recorded at Her Majesty's Theatre) - was shown on the ITV network in December 1996, and his second show - Jeff Green Up West - was recorded at the Gielgud Theatre in May 1997. Both shows were watched by over 3 million TV viewers. Back From The Bewilderness, his third stand-up show (recorded in 2003 at the Gielgud Theatre) has been shown several times on The Paramount Comedy Channel.
Jeff has also appeared in several BBC television panel games and shows, such as Jo Brand's Hot Potatoes, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Have I Got News For You. He has also made appearances on ITV's daytime show This Morning, on Australian TV's Spicks and Specks and on New Zealand TV's 7 Days
In August 2007, Jeff's six part series The Green Guide to Life was broadcast on BBC Radio 2. In April 2009, he appeared in Series Three of BBC Radio 4's stand-up show 4 Stands Up.
Jeff's first book, The A-Z of Living Together, was a commercial and critical success, reaching the fifth spot of the Sunday Times Bestsellers List and remaining in the top ten for five weeks. His follow-up books were The A-Z of Being Single and The A-Z of Having a Baby. He has also written stand-up material for Jo Brand, Jack Dee, Steve Coogan and Lee Evans.
Please contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent on 020 7251 8222 if you would like to book Jeff, or alternatively contact us via the online booking enquiry form.
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